See Terrifying First Trailer for Sundance Horror Hit ‘Hereditary’
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A grieving family veers toward madness in the new trailer for Hereditary. The horror film debuted earlier this month at Sundance and appeared on Rolling Stone‘s list of 20 best movies from the festival.  Hereditary opens with the death of Ellen Graham, which leaves her daughter (Toni Collette) and grandchildren in mourning. “It’s heartening to see so many strange new faces here today,” Collette says at the funeral. “I know my mother would be very touched, and probably a little...

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As Esports Rise, Hong Kong’s Youth Isn’t Interested In Participating
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A recent study found 80 percent of China’s youth is uninterested in pursuing a career in esports, the South China Morning Post reports. According to the study, ran by the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, the respondents, ranging in age between 15 and 29, “cited peer and parental pressure, the lack of career prospects and even the stigma associated with video games as reasons for holding them back.” But that said, given the immense rise in popularity esports has...

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018
See Jason Aldean’s Slow-Burning ‘You Make It Easy’ on ‘Fallon’
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With his new LP Rearview Town due out this spring, Jason Aldean stopped by The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Monday to give the album’s lead single “You Make It Easy” its network TV debut. Released just last week, the soulful “You Make It Easy” takes a page out of the Chris Stapleton playbook, with a muted roots rock groove that’s a perfect vocal showcase for Aldean. His face obscured by the shadow from the brim of his cowboy...

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018
Broken Social Scene Plot North American Tour
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Canadian indie rock veterans Broken Social Scene will embark on a North American tour this spring in support of their latest album, Hug of Thunder. The trek kicks off March 23rd at Stubbs in Austin, Texas and includes stops in New Orleans, Orlando, Charlotte, North Carolina and Baltimore. The tour wraps April 8th at the Wellmont in Montclair, New Jersey. Tickets go on sale February 2nd and February 3rd at 10 a.m. local time, with complete information available on the Broken...

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018
The Sound and the Fury of Meat Loaf: ‘I Am Not a Rock Star’
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Dan Winters for Rolling Stone As it turns out, in the hill country west of Austin, in a big-ass house in a big-ass gated community, the singer known as Meat Loaf is hanging in there. He’s 70. His hair is thinning, his hands are unsteady, his back is such a mess he can’t get into bed at night without help from Deborah, his wife of 10 years, much less put on his socks and shoes. To get to the easy...

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018
See Thirty Seconds to Mars Unveil New Footage of Explosive ‘Colbert’ Set
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Last Thursday, Thirty Seconds to Mars premiered their new single, “Dangerous,” on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert using an advanced robotic camera that moved with the beat of the thumping song and captured the band in striking, cinematic angles. The Jared Leto-led outfit released a behind-the-scenes clip that offers a different view of the performance and how it came together. The new video highlights the BOLT robotic camera in action as it zips around the stage, capturing both Thirty Seconds...

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018
Watch Thrilling New Trailer for ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’
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Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly co-star in the thrilling new trailer for Marvel’s Ant-Man and The Wasp, out July 6th.  50 Most Anticipated Movies of 2018 From a solo Black Panther to a young Han Solo, Spielberg going retro to Barry Jenkins doing James Baldwin – the films we can’t wait to see this year The new film picks up after the events of the first Ant-Man and Captain America: Civil War and finds Scott Lang/Ant-Man (Rudd) grappling with life as both a superhero and...

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018
The Velvet Underground’s ‘White Light/White Heat’: 10 Things You Didn’t Know
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Of all of the Velvet Underground‘s officially released studio and live albums, White Light/White Heat is by far the noisiest and most difficult. “No one listened to it,” said Lou Reed of the LP in 2013, just a few months before his death. “But there it is forever – the quintessence of articulated punk. And no one goes near it.” Recorded in a short flurry of studio sessions in September 1967, and released on January 30th, 1968, White Light/White Heat –...

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018
‘Escape From Tarkov’ Is No ‘PUBG’, It’s Far More Brutal
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Death is as natural a part of any shooter as the crack of an AK or the sizzle of a silenced pistol; after all, with all those bullets flying around, it’s bound to happen. But whereas conventional shooters like Counter-Strike jolt you back to life with the simple press of a key, life in BattleState Games’ Escape from Tarkov isn’t so easy: if you go down, the scavenger who blew your brains out might strip your body of all your...

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018
Watch Talib Kweli’s Rueful Performance of ‘The One I Love’ on ‘Colbert’
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Talib Kweli performed the remorseful new single “The One I Love” with help from a funk band and the Motown-signed soul singer BJ the Chicago Kid on The Late Show on Monday. The song appeared last November on Kweli’s Radio Silence album.  “The One I Love” aims to explain away past mistakes and convince a woman to come back. “She let me back in her life and I show my gratitude,” Kweli sings. “I try to curb my habit of...

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018
From ‘Psycho’ to ‘Get Out’: A History of Horror at the Oscars
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On January 23rd, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced this year’s Oscar nominees – including Get Out, which earned nominations for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Original Screenplay. The love for the Jordan Peele’s across-the-board hit was a rarity for a slew of reasons, including the fact that the filmmaker became only the fifth black man to ever be nominated for Best Director. But perhaps most remarkable was the fact that it nabbed a Best Picture...

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018
Watch Sam Smith’s Uplifting ‘One Last Song’ on ‘Corden’
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Sam Smith delivered a tender, uplifting rendition of “One Last Song” on the The Late Late Show With James Corden Monday. The track appears on Smith’s latest album, The Thrill of It All. Smith gave the Late Late Show‘s studio a homey makeover, allowing a handful of audience members to watch his performance from couches and chairs placed on the stage. Over gentle piano plunks, light guitar and the soft doo-wop crooning of his back-up singers, Smith sang about pulling...

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018
Pink Rebukes Grammys President for Saying Women Must ‘Step Up’
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P!nk, Sheryl Crow and other artists criticized Recording Academy President and chief executive Neil Portnow on Monday after he issued a comment that seemed to partially blame female artists for their near-shutout in major categories at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards show. The only woman to win in the general categories was Alessia Cara, who took home the Best New Artist honor, and just 11 out of 84 awards in total went to women. Speaking with Variety about the Grammys’ gender...

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018
Record Label President Charlie Walk Faces Sexual Harassment Allegations
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Charlie Walk, the president of Republic Group and a judge on the Fox reality show The Four, faces accusations of sexual harassment from a former employee that worked under Walk at Sony Music. In “#MeToo: An Open Letter to Charlie Walk,” Tristan Coopersmith details her time working with Walk as well as the unwanted advances and sexual misconduct she endured during her yearlong tenure. According to her LinkedIn page, Coopersmith worked as a Director of Millennial Research and Marketing between...

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Roger Daltrey to Perform the Who’s ‘Tommy’ With Orchestras on Summer Tour
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Roger Daltrey will perform the Who‘s Tommy in its entirety on a 10-city summer tour, with the singer teaming with a local orchestra to play the classic 1969 album at each stop. “I’m really looking forward to singing Tommy, not only with my great backing group, but also some of the finest orchestras in the country,” Daltrey said of the tour in a statement. “Pete Townshend’s rock music is particularly suited to being embellished by the sounds that an orchestra...

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018
Daily Glixel: Elon Musk’s Flamethrower Has a Safe Word
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Welcome to Daily Glixel, the B side of video game news, where we roundup some of the day’s other top stories. I hope you all had a fun and/or productive weekend. Unlike a certain someone who spent way too much time in Monster Hunter World. Anjanath’s are scary,...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
Rhiannon Giddens Adds New 2018 Headlining Tour Dates
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Rhiannon Giddens is showing up in a variety of places as 2018 gets into gear, including on the TV show Nashville, where the Music City drama is speeding toward the series finale. Giddens, who won a MacArthur Fellowship in 2017, will spend a sizable portion of the year on stages now that she’s just added 16 new dates to her headlining tour schedule. The North Carolina native, who This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Rhiannon Giddens Adds New 2018 Headlining...

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Hear Franz Ferdinand Break Down Their New Album ‘Always Ascending’
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Franz Ferdinand made one of the greatest debuts of all time back in 2004 with their self-titled LP – 11 tracks of flawless disco-punk that could’ve been a lesser band’s greatest-hits package. They’ve never been daunted by the mixed blessing of having started so strong – not even now, as they plan to release another debut of sorts, February 9th’s strong Always Ascending. It’s their first album without departed guitarist Nick McCarthy, and with new member Julian Corrie, who adds...

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What Do the Grammys Have Against Women?
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While much of the chatter surrounding Sunday’s Grammy ceremony centered on Kesha, Janelle Monáe and other women who raised their voices (and wore white roses) in support of #MeToo and Time’s Up, the night’s winners list told a different story. Of the eight awards presented during the telecast, only one – Best New Artist – was given to a woman, Alessia Cara; the full list of 84 categories, which included solo artists and bands, songwriting committees and liner-notes scribes, didn’t fare much...

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Cleveland Indians to Drop Controversial Chief Wahoo Logo in 2019
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The Cleveland Indians announced Monday that the baseball team would eliminate its controversial Chief Wahoo logo from its hats and jerseys by 2019. While the team and Major League Baseball reached an agreement to remove the logo from the team’s uniform, the Indians team name will remain unchanged, Cleveland.com reports. In recent years – following outcry that both the Indians’ and the Washington Redskins’ team name and logo are insensitive to Native Americans – the Indians promised to phase out but...

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